Whole School

IMG_9184   It was a difficult decision for staff to choose which children should receive the Redscope Learning Awards as so many children always try their best and are 100% committed to learning.

Redscope Early Years – Kaiden Russell

Clever Kittens AM– Jacob Dimler

Clever Kittens PM- Edie Hensby

Class 1 – Kiera Blyth

Class 2- Edward Delaney

Class 3 – Finlay Boot

Class 4 – Mason Baldwin

Class 5 – Yorus Yonathan

Class 6 – James Hall

Class 7 – Harry Turner

Class 8 – Katie Fletcher

Class 9 – Layton Shortland-Senior

Class 10 – Bethany Beck

Class 11 – Tyler Jackson

Class 12 – Demi Ramsden

Class 13 – Katie Pearson

Class 14 – Ryan Ansley

Well done to all of these children. You are shining examples of what a Redscope learner should be!

Mrs Poskitt won the staff award for all her hard work, enthusiasm and commitment. She is an excellent role model and is exactly what a Redscope learner should be!

Home Reading Stars

Well done to our ‘Home Reading Stars’. These children collected the most stickers over the year for reading at home.  Remember that every time you read at home an adult needs to sign your planner. Collect three signatures for a sticker. Collect 5 stickers for a prize from the prize tub. Keep reading like these children and you might win next year!


Class 1 – Sienna Stanley

Class 2 – Jack Taylor

Class 3 – Archie Williamson

Class 4 –Cara Monks

Class 5 – Summer Myers

Class 6 – Joshua Clark

Class 7 – Cole Barton

Class 8 – Declan Robinson

Class 9 – Riley Young

Class 10 – Bethany Beck

Class 11 – Casey Lindley

Class 12 – Kieran Jeffreys

Class 13 – Eva Whitehouse

Class 14 – Jake Beck

Special Awards – best 2nd places

Joey Jones and Hannah Bennett



Thank you so much to everyone who entered our Easter bonnet/ hat competition. We had over 100 entries! Each one was brilliant and must have taken ages to make. The judges had a very difficult job but eventually decided on 13 winners. Congratulations to everyone who won and well done to everyone who had a go.

We all went outside to experience the eclipse. Sadly science does not always work out perfectly… it was so cloudy that we did not see very much. We did experience an eerie silence and the temperature dropped. Lots of classes read the Rotherham safety advice, watched the live stream or completed some related science learning. photo 1photo 2photo 4

We had so much fun last week. It snowed and Mrs Dobbin let us go out to play … provided we were sensible! We made snowmen, snow sculptures, massive snow balls. It was fantastic. The field was full of laughter and happy smiling faces.




We Loved Christmas Jumper Day! We were toasty and warm all day in our festive jumpers.

Some children made their own and looked absolutely fantastic … particularly Sam who had a brilliant design.


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Today (Thursday 11th December) we enjoyed Christmas Dinner at school.  We enjoyed a traditional Christmas dinner with all the trimmings. The meal contained: Turkey, potatoes, carrots, sprouts, peas, stuffing balls, pigs in blankets and of course gravy! Lots of children tried and liked Brussels sprouts! It was rounded off with a variety of desserts.  The whole meal was absolutely fantastic. It was lovely to see the children using manners in the dining hall and being thankful for such a lovely meal.

Many thanks to the kitchen team who did a superb job … we were all full up with festive food.


On Friday 5th December our hall was filled with the sounds of laughter, persuasive techniques  and of course jingling coins.

Our enterprise fayre was a huge success with lots of money being made, though the final total has yet to be calculated. Every class made something interesting to be sold and many stalls sold out after just one hour. We have lots of budding ‘Alan Sugars’ at our school who though up innovative ideas on the spot.

Well done everyone for your creativity and enterprising ideas.

Special thanks to Mrs Ryott our enterprise coordinator for all her hard work surrounding the event.

Choir were amazing! On Friday 28th November they performed in Rotherham Town centre. Onlookers commented on the talent of our children and how much effort and enthusiasm they put into their singing. Mrs Whiteley said, “I am so proud of our children, they sounded at their best!”
If you would like a further opportunity to see choir perform then come to see them at the Rotherham Advertiser Concert at Rotherham Minster on Saturday 6th December (tickets available via the advertiser website).

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